2008 Oregon NAME Conference
May 6, 2008, Oregon State University

Conference Program

SELECTED HANDOUTS


BREAKOUT SESSION ONE
  • Beyond Mere Words: The Importance and Role of Teachers and Administrators as Allies to Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender & Queer K-12 Students
    Steven Leider, Oregon State University, Julie Williams, Corvallis High School and student panelists
    • Handout: Resource Manual of the Oregon Safe Schools and Communities Coalition
      • Part 1: Resource Manual (81 pages)
      • Part 2: Rising Consciousness: Typical Steps People Take in Recognizing the Need to Work for Fundamental Social Change
      • Part 3: Effective Youth/Adult Partnerships

  • Kids in Crisis: How to Reach Them So You Can Teach Them
    Laurie Thurston, E3: Employers For Education Excellence

  • Ethnomathematics: Legitimizing the Link Between Mathematics and Culture
    Swapna Mukhopadhyay, Portland State University

BREAKOUT SESSION TWO
  • A School District's Courageous Conversations About Race
    Carla Randall, Dan Goldman & Petrea Hagen-Gilden, Tigard-Tualatin School District

  • Native American (in)Justice
    Renee L. Roman Nose, Enrolled Member of the Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma & OSU Graduate Student
BREAKOUT SESSION THREE
  • Differentiating Instruction for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners
    Johanna Cena & Carol Kinch, Tigard-Tualatin School District

  • How Do Unconscious Biases and Stereotype Threat Affect the Achievement Gap?
    Pat Burk, Oregon Department of Education; Jean Moule, Oregon State University

BREAKOUT SESSION FOUR
  • "Conejito," "The Chicken Chasing Queen," and Other Memorable Characters from Recent Multicultural Children's Books
    Steven Engelfried, Multnomah County Library

  • Equity in Education in Times of Hispanic Resentment: The Development of Support Structures for the Bilingual and Bicultural Student
    David Bautista, Salem-Keizer School District